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Table 4 CAPE 2013 outcomes matched with course objectives

From: Preparing competent graduates for delivering pharmaceutical care: an experience from Northern Cyprus

CAPE 2013 outcomesCourse objectives and outcomesPreceptor evaluationStudent self-evaluationsp-value*
1.1 Learner“To be capable of disease state management and monitoring for therapeutic endpoints in different clinical settings”3.11 ± 0.103.12 ± 0.16p = 0.3237
2.1 Caregiver“To be knowledgeable in drug therapy planning and evaluation in hospitals”2.90 ± 0.13.09 ± 0.18p = 0.9567
2.2 Manager“Searching for drug information in a timely manner by using evidence-based resources. Critique primary, secondary and tertiary resources.”3.25 ± 0.103.37 ± 0.17p = 0.2852
2.3 Promoter“Be capable of providing public heath advice and creating awareness of general health issues.”3.47 ± 0.093.29 ± 0.15p = 0.5237
3.2 Educator“Patient interviews, education and counseling.”3.10 ± 0.103.21 ± 0.15p = 0.5420
3.6 Communicator“Effectively communicate verbally and nonverbally in patient cases and drug information presentations and in communication with other healthcare providers.”3.37 ± 0.093.19 ± 0.18p = 0.3202
4.1–4.4 Self-awareness and Professionalism.“Professionalism in all aspects of practice, including team interaction, motivation, communication skills, reporting and service documentation.”3.23 ± 0.103.19 ± 0.17p = 0.8315
  1. * Evaluated using an unpaired t-test